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School of Higher Education TELEMATIKA College


1. For schools of higher education in the Republic of  Bulgaria may apply foreign citizens, holding a document to certify that they have completed their high school education and enabling them to study at schools of higher education in the country where the high school education has been acquired.

Foreign citizens may also apply according to the conditions and the order established for enrollment of Bulgarian citizens in the schools of higher education in the Republic of Bulgaria if they:

1. are of permanent sojourn in the Republic of Bulgaria.

2. have a status of refugees.

3. are of Bulgarian origin which is certified in accordance to the Regulations of the Council of Ministers 103 of 1993, concerning education among Bulgarians abroad.


Foreign citizens, applying for students and due to pay fees for their education, have to hold the following documents:

1. An application form, containing short personal data as well as the school of higher education and specialties in which they would like to be educated,  the form and duration of education (academic degree). In this application form the candidates also declare their level of Bulgarian language.

2. A legal translation of their diploma of high school education (including the curriculum and rating)

3. A document issued by the officials which is to certify that the candidates may continue their education at schools of higher education in the country where the high school education has been acquired.

4. A medical certificate issued one month before the date of application and authenticated by the corresponding officials in the country in which the person applies.

5. The diploma and medical certificate have to be legalized, translated into Bulgarian and authenticated in compliance to the rules of the international contracts between the Republic of Bulgaria and the country in which they are issued, and where there are no such contracts in compliance to the general rules for legalization, translation and authentication of documents. High school education diplomas issued by schools abroad are legalized by The Ministry of Education and Science.

6. An identification photocopied (passport). Candidates with double citizenship certify their status by means of  both documents of identification (passports). If there are any differences in the candidates names on the identifications, he/she has to enclose a declaration for identity of names, legalized by a notary, or a certificate issued by the municipality.

7. Declaration for financial maintenance of the candidate-student during the period of his/her study.

8. An identification document photocopied with the candidates name, date and place of birth in Roman alphabet.

9. Four photographs. The college sends the documents of the candidates approved of to The Ministry of Education and Science with a view to conducting the procedure of issuing a visa for long term stay visa-type D, in accordance to the Regulations for conditions and order for visa issuing passed by the Council of Ministers 97/2002.

Students status is acquired by the enrollment and lost by leaving the school of higher education.


Education is conducted according to educational documentation, covering educational plan and curriculum. Students language training and special knowledge training lasts not less than 9 months and is conducted in groups with not more than 15 members. Students language training and special knowledge training is accomplished by studying of compulsory subjects, divided into two groups according to the programs as follows:

1. for humanitarian subjects Bulgarian language 800 classes.

2. for the rest of the subjects:

         Bulgarian language 650 classes.

         special subjects 350 classes.

Bulgarian language training is completed with an examination (written and spoken), which is conducted by a committee. 

 Special training preparation is completed with examinations in all subjects included in the educational plan, which are conducted by a committee.

            Students successfully completed their language and special preparation acquire a certificate (according to the model registered in The Ministry of Education and Science) necessary for foreign students enrollment.

            The fee paid for a language course is 800 Euro.

            Applicants having good command on Bulgarian language may sit the exams without attending the language preparation course (including special subjects preparation).


            Foreign students pay fees for their education, amounting to 1 800 Euro per academic year.

            Students with double citizenship, and if either of them is Bulgarian, pay half of the fee fixed for foreigners when they apply and are admitted according to the conditions and the order appointed for foreign citizens.

            Students may pay their fees in two equal installments at the beginning of each term.

            The fees are paid in Euro or in Bulgarian leva of equal worth, according to the rate of exchange appointed by The Bulgarian National Bank.





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